The GDP in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region grew about 10 percent in 2018.
Tibet's GDP was estimated at more than 140 billion yuan (21 billion U.S. dollars) last year, Qizhala, chairman of the regional government, said in his government work report delivered Thursday at the second session of the 11th People's Congress of Tibet Autonomous Region.
Per capita disposable income for the region's rural residents grew about 13 percent, while for residents in urban areas it rose more than 10 percent.
It is the 26th straight year that Tibet has recorded double-digit GDP growth. The region reported 10-percent GDP growth in 2017.